Pat Cummins will lead Australia through to the following year's ODI World Cup, with the Test captain designated to the 50-over job on Tuesday.

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Cricket Australia made the declaration on Tuesday morning, naming the 29-year-old to take over from Aaron Finch.

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He is the primary bowler to hold the job since Shane Warne drove Australia.

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Cummins said it was a "significant privilege" to continue in the strides of Finch and honored the as-of-late resigned ODI captain.

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"It's a significant privilege. I felt exceptionally special and fortunate

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when the selectors moved toward me about this," Cummins told journalists on Tuesday in Brisbane.

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"I need to say thanks to Aaron for every one of his endeavors throughout the course of recent years, he's been a phenomenal pioneer for our crew and the group's in an extraordinary spot openly."

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Bailey said the transition to delegating Cummins before the T20 World Cup was finished, to a limited extent, so the hypothesis around who might succeed Finch would stop.

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